Keyword: New York City Department of Health and Hygiene
In letters to 15 major health insurers, top Democrats asked how the companies are addressing racial disparities in maternal and infant mortality.
ERs in New York City generally performed up to task in a series of drills testing their preparedness for communicable diseases, a new study shows.
With more patient data flowing into EHR systems, IT surveillance tools can be used to inform public health agencies about community-specific illnesses.
Societal issues in the U.S., such as systemic racism, poverty and mass incarceration, contribute to health inequity, a new series of studies has found.